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73 Amateur Radio February 1967


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73 Amateur Radio February 1967
TitleAuthors 
Page#
An Universal Code Monitor0
A clever idea for a simple monitor
K9VXL,
Getting Acquainted With Integrated Circuits6
Here's practical information on using inexpensive ICs
Thorp
Using Low-Cost FET's on Six11
Two $1 FETs and a cheap PNP give 2 dB NF and high overload resistance
W6AJF
Low Cross-Modulation on Two14
A $ 1 FET makes an excellent mixer on two
W6AJF
The 30P1 Linear Amplifier18
A peasant's 30L1: Four 811As
W1DBN
An Improved Multiplier for UHF22
Get enough local injection on 1296 MHz
W6OSA
A Broad-Band 80 Meter Vertical26
3.5 to 4 MHz with no adjustments
VE1TG
A Reliable UHF Directional Coupler30
Here's a UHF bridge you can trust
WA6SXC
A Solid-State Antenna Relay34
Fast, low-loss, high-power, and efficient
K2IYC
Video Camera Tubes38
There are lots of different types
WB2GYS
A Semi-Precision Variable Capacitor42
It's accurate to 1 pF and uses a component that's in almost every junk box
W1DTY
Down with the Rotator47
A cheap, useful scheme for small beams
W3BTQ
Mobile Logs - Personalized48
Save time and trouble in mobile logging
WB6KFI
Add a Crystal Filter to Your Receiver50
For less than $10
W1USM
A Reactivator for the Semiconductor Activator52
In other words, a battery charger
K6EAW
The Ancient Marriner54
An antenna tuner for coax-fed beams
W6BLZ
Climbing the Novice Ladder56
Part 3
W7OE
Portable Operation Without Tears60
Useful hints for the prospective portableer
K3LNZ
Practical Tips on Transistor Transmitters64
You won't want to miss this one unless you're an AO
K0CJF
UHF-Microwave Phased-Locked Oscillator68
Stable within less than 1 Hz at 6 GHz!
K3OJK
73 Tests the Eicocraft CPO78
Eico's new line of inexpensive kits looks like fun
unknown
100 Watts on Two With Compactrons80
Uses two 7894s in push-pull
K1CLL
The Poor Man's Occasional Antenna84
Cheap, dirty, and effective
W7CSD
Rewinding the Power Transformer88
It's not hard, as this article explains
WB2PTU
The Drake L-4 Linear Amplifier90
Drake's new linear is very nice
WlDTY
The Carrier Again94
Part 2 of "AM vs. the Carrier"
W7CSD
A Simple Current Controller96
Very simple and cheap
K5JKX
Equalizing AFSK Tones96
Some notes for RTTY'ers
K8ERV
The International Crystal SBX-9 and SBA-50100
SSB exciter on 9 MHz and mixer to six meters
W1DTY
The National 200104
National's inexpensive new transceiver is attracting much attention
W1DTY
Gus: Part 20110
A crisis in the Indian Ocean!
W4BPD
IC-V8000 Ham Radio
Popular Callsign Lookups
for this month:

WE4V
KK4DOD
N8UKC
N9SQM
KE5BYF

Stewart Warner R113
Stewart Warner 301-A
738 Silver Marshall
IR Widget
Reading Morse Code on your PC
FCC Datbase Lookup
Pixie Transceiver
PSK31 Circuit Interface
The Iambic Mouse
MaxTrac 900 Ham Conversion
GE MVP Ham Conversion
Weather Station
ICOM OPC-478 Interface
PIC to Network
Morse Code Decoder Circuit